A former chair of the music department, Terry Rhodes '78 is the first faculty member from the fine arts to be named dean of the college since it assumed its modern-day name in 1935. (UNC photo)
Terry Rhodes ’78, a music professor who entered administration as senior associate dean for fine arts and humanities in 2012, has been named dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, a position she has held as interim for the past year.
Carolina will welcome guests to the new UNC Visitors Center at 134 E. Franklin St. on March 6.
The Sons of Confederate Veterans have 45 days to return the Confederate monument known as Silent Sam to the custody of the state university system.
Epilogue is the first bookstore in the heart of downtown on East Franklin Street since the Intimate Bookshop closed 20 years ago.
A judge has thrown out the settlement that made $2.5 million of Carolina’s money available to the Sons of Confederate Veterans to relocate the Confederate monument known as Silent Sam.
The GAA has received five awards for its work from the Council for Advancement and Support of Educationfor the Southeastern district of the U.S.
Frank Bruni ’86 writes candidly about some of the most pressing issues in politics, culture and higher education.
Six UNC professors have circulated a petition that seeks to overturn the Board of Trustees’ 2015 decision to place a 16-year moratorium on renaming campus buildings.